CHAKWAL, Nov 9: A man was killed near Warala village of tehsil Kallar Kahar, police said on Friday.

Farid Khan, 35, employed at a coal mine located near the village, left his house to buy some essentials but did not return, his father said. The family members and other relatives launched a hunt for him and found his body lying in a pool of blood in a jungle.

According to police, Farid Khan was murdered by a spade.Kallar Kahar Police have started efforts to trace the killers after registering a case against them. —Correspondent

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